Kidde AccessPoint 001414 KeySafe Original Slimline Push Button Combination Permanent Key Lock Box, 2-Key, Clay

March 13, 2016 - Comment

Slimline KeySafe simply attaches to any wall or flat surface with mounting hardware included. Pushbutton lid. This compact version holds two keys. The interlocking faceplate deters tampering and unauthorized access. Mounts easily (screws included). Clay Reshipper. Product Features Combination key safe for permanent wall-mount storage of up to 2 keys Mounting combination lock for keys

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Slimline KeySafe simply attaches to any wall or flat surface with mounting hardware included. Pushbutton lid. This compact version holds two keys. The interlocking faceplate deters tampering and unauthorized access. Mounts easily (screws included). Clay Reshipper.

Product Features

  • Combination key safe for permanent wall-mount storage of up to 2 keys
  • Mounting combination lock for keys is great for after-school access for kids who lose keys; keyless entry into safe with customized combination
  • The key lock safe has easy-to-use push-button combination with over 1,000 personalized combos to chose from
  • Key lock box for outside or indoor use includes mounting hardware for easy set-up; different colors match or blend in with surface you are mounting to
  • Key locker ships in certified Frustration-Free Packaging

Comments

Mike says:

Very strong and lots of room in it Keep this out of sight, as it tells everyone “hey, there’s house keys in here.” 

JRH says:

Solid and easy to use I just bought my second of these after a little problem with my first one: I forgot the combination! I spent about two hours trying various combinations and failing to remember what I used. So I took a hacksaw, chisel and hammer to it, just to see how tough it is. 

T. Andrus says:

A word of caution This lockbox has 10 buttons to set the combination, but it’s an unordered combination – that is, 1234 is the same as 4213. If you use all 10 buttons, there is a 100% chance that someone pressing all 10 buttons will open it. That said, someone without the combination does indeed have over 1000 possible combinations to try (1023), which is better than a four-digit combination lock. 

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